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CNBC-TV18's top stocks to watch out for on February 27

Updated : 2020-02-27 08:49:55

Indian shares are expected to open lower on Thursday as global markets extended losses over concerns that the coronavirus outbreak is turning into a pandemic. Among the stocks in news today, IndiGo clarified that it has responded to all queries from Sebi, and Rites said the government is selling 1.25 crore shares of the company. Here is a list of top stocks that will be in focus today:

IndiGo said it has responded to all queries from markets regulator Sebi regarding related party transactions and asserted that they were entered into in the best interests of the company. InterGlobe Aviation also said it has strong processes for ensuring arm's length dealings with related parties.
IndiGo said it has responded to all queries from markets regulator Sebi regarding related party transactions and asserted that they were entered into in the best interests of the company. InterGlobe Aviation also said it has strong processes for ensuring arm's length dealings with related parties.
Shriram Transport Finance has raised up to Rs 500 crore by issuing bonds on private placement basis.  While 3,000 debentures worth Rs 300 crore with tenure of 3 years and 1 day will carry a coupon rate of 9.50 per cent, 2,000 debentures worth Rs 200 crore with 2 years and 2 days tenure will have a rate of 9.25 percent per annum, it added.
Shriram Transport Finance has raised up to Rs 500 crore by issuing bonds on private placement basis.  While 3,000 debentures worth Rs 300 crore with tenure of 3 years and 1 day will carry a coupon rate of 9.50 per cent, 2,000 debentures worth Rs 200 crore with 2 years and 2 days tenure will have a rate of 9.25 percent per annum, it added.
Thomas Cook (India) on Wednesday said its board has approved buyback of up to 26,086,956 fully paid up shares at a price of Rs 57.50 per share for a maximum aggregate amount of Rs 150 crore. The buyback price per share of Rs 57.50 is at a premium of 40 percent over the closing market price of the shares. The buyback record date has been fixed as March 7.
Thomas Cook (India) on Wednesday said its board has approved buyback of up to 26,086,956 fully paid up shares at a price of Rs 57.50 per share for a maximum aggregate amount of Rs 150 crore. The buyback price per share of Rs 57.50 is at a premium of 40 percent over the closing market price of the shares. The buyback record date has been fixed as March 7.
Rites said the government is selling 1.25 crore shares of the company on Feb 27 and 28 via an offer for sale, with an option to sell an additional 5 percent. The offer price is set at Rs 298 per share, a discount to the current market price of Rs 318 as of Feb 26.
Rites said the government is selling 1.25 crore shares of the company on Feb 27 and 28 via an offer for sale, with an option to sell an additional 5 percent. The offer price is set at Rs 298 per share, a discount to the current market price of Rs 318 as of Feb 26.
Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) said it has signed a service agreement signed with Joint Stock Company and Russian Railways Logistics. This service agreement gives broader responsibilities for transporting the cargo from India to Russia and vice-versa under a single invoice.
Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) said it has signed a service agreement signed with Joint Stock Company and Russian Railways Logistics. This service agreement gives broader responsibilities for transporting the cargo from India to Russia and vice-versa under a single invoice.
HUL/GSK Consumer health: The NCLT has approved a scheme of amalgamation between GSK Consumer Health and Hindustan Unilever.
HUL/GSK Consumer health: The NCLT has approved a scheme of amalgamation between GSK Consumer Health and Hindustan Unilever.
Jindal Stainless said it has approved the issue of non-convertible debentures up to Rs 900 crore to refinance existing debt.
Jindal Stainless said it has approved the issue of non-convertible debentures up to Rs 900 crore to refinance existing debt.
CCL Products: The board has declared a second interim dividend of Rs 1.50 and a special dividend of Rs 1.50 per share. The company has fixed March 9 as record date.
CCL Products: The board has declared a second interim dividend of Rs 1.50 and a special dividend of Rs 1.50 per share. The company has fixed March 9 as record date.
Gravita India said a step-down subsidiary, Gravita Cameroon, closed itself due to operational losses.
Gravita India said a step-down subsidiary, Gravita Cameroon, closed itself due to operational losses.
Mahanagar Gas said the board declared an interim dividend of Rs 9.50 per share.
Mahanagar Gas said the board declared an interim dividend of Rs 9.50 per share.
CreditAccess Grameen: The RBI granted it's no objection to the acquisition and to the consequent changes in the control and directors of MMFL.
CreditAccess Grameen: The RBI granted it's no objection to the acquisition and to the consequent changes in the control and directors of MMFL.
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